The Ohio State women's basketball team took the court for its first competitive action of the season on Sunday at Value City Arena, and came away with a 72-50 victory in an exhibition game against Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Bowling Green transfer Carly Santoro and freshman Dorka Juhasz led the Buckeyes with 14 points each in the win, while freshmen Janai Crooms and Aaliyah Patty each added 12 points off the bench.
La Salle transfer Adreana Miller added nine points for the Buckeyes, while fifth-year senior Makayla Waterman scored eight points and grabbed a team-high 10 rebounds. Pacific transfer Najah Queenland scored Ohio State's other three points.
Kevin McGuff's squad, which faces the tough challenge of replacing its top six scorers from last season, opens its regular season at Value City Arena next Tuesday, Nov. 6, against USF.